Arts and crafts movement arrives in Lytham
Local artists and craftspeople will converge on Lytham Hall this weekend for a Winter Art and Craft Fair.
Organisers Hopeful and Glorious have pulled together 28 of Lancashire’s best artists to showcase a dazzling array of affordable arts and crafts.
Included in the Winter Art Fair is Samantha Taylor from Chorley who will bring her fabulous jewellery, and Chrissy Webster and Caroline Finnigan from Preston who will be bringing their colourful mosaics and fabulous contemporary crochet.
Longridge illustrator Dan Bennett will display his exquisite and quirky pen drawings and Sarah alasko from Lytham who will share her love of the seaside through her wonderful photographs of the Lancashire coast.
The range of artworks will ensure that within the Fair there will be lots to see and something to appeal to everyone.
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Enjoy a lovingly crafted day out in the delightful location of Lytham Hall.
The Hopeful and Glorious Winter Art Fair at Lytham Hall on Saturday and Sunday November 8/9, from 10.30am-4pm, admission free.
Entrance to the Park is free for the whole weekend and guided tours of Lytham Hall are available at noon and 2pm each day.